December 2012

31.12.2012 Attitude | Business | Extreme Behavior | Leadership | Love

Two Words That Will Change The Rest Of Your Life.

Business success often comes down to a few simple words.  Frankly, so does success anywhere else in life. If you are going to be a champion you need to get good at getting sorry when you screw up. Otherwise you’ll never end up being as awesome as you otherwise could be. Admittedly, that flies in Read More 

28.12.2012 Attitude | Leadership

Forget About Resolutions. Make A Plan.

What are your resolutions for next year?  Are you going to be more responsible?  Get back in shape?  Save more money?  Read more books? You’ve been told that you won’t end up happy and fulfilled twelve months from now unless you put some resolutions down on paper. But that’s only part of the story. Making Read More 

27.12.2012 Attitude | Business

9 Ways To Handle Whatever Happens Next.

What do you do now? That can be a hard question to figure out.  Paralyzing, in fact. Maybe what just happened is your life’s crowning moment.  Maybe you were just the happiest you have been in a long while.  Maybe you just expereienced an unexpected surprise.  Maybe you just got incredibly lucky. And you aren’t Read More 

24.12.2012 Attitude

How To Be Happy.

There are times when it is easier to be happy than others.  But being happy isn’t just luck. You can make yourself happy. Surround yourself by people who love you. Give to others more than you take from them. Take time to reconnect with old friends. Laugh a little more. Take pictures of the moments Read More 

21.12.2012 Extreme Behavior | Leadership

When It's Not The End Of The World.

It’s not the end of the world if you try and fail and fail again. It’s not the end of the world if you put in your best effort and it’s not good enough. It’s not the end of the world if you’re the only one who believes in you. It’s not the end of Read More 

20.12.2012 Fear | Leadership | Pain

To Be Amazing Stop Being Reasonable.

There’s always at least one in every group.  The “let’s be reasonable” guy. Anytime a plan get’s too audacious or expectations too grandiose, that guys chimes in with his obligatory reminder that you need to slow down, think a little more clearly, and “be reasonable.” And it usually works. Instead of dreaming about breaking new Read More